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The energy dilemma poses a significant challenge, especially to U.S.-based industrial end users. How will rising energy prices and increased carbon emissions restrictions impact operational costs in ...

The energy dilemma poses a significant challenge, especially to U.S.-based industrial end users. How will rising energy prices and increased carbon emissions restrictions impact operational costs in the future? How can energy control and forecasting increase efficiency and build a competitive advantage? This presentation explores energy dashboards as a solution and educate you on the ISO 50001 standard and what it takes to comply.

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    • Industrial Energy Managementand the Emerging ISO50001 Standard Rob Dussault Schneider Electric Industry NOW Express
    • Agenda 1 The Energy Dilemma 2 From Power Distribution to the Smart Grid 3 Solutions in Energy Management- EcoStruxureSchneider Electric - Industry Business – Industrial Energy Management and Emerging ISO50001 Standard– 2012 2
    • The energy dilemma is here to stay The facts The need Energy demand CO2 emissions to By 2050 avoid dramatic climate Electricity by 2030 changes by 2050 Source: IEA 2007Schneider Electric - Industry Business – Industrial Energy Management and Emerging ISO50001 Standard– 2012 3
    • The To ~9B …. Drivers: ~7B today….Global GDP Growth +78% over 14 years…. +83% over 6 years! Schneider Electric - Industry Business – Industrial Energy Management and Emerging ISO50001 Standard– 2012 4
    • The energy dilemma is here to stay The facts The need Energy demand CO2 emissions to By 2050 avoid dramatic climate Electricity by 2030 changes by 2050 Source: IEA 2007Schneider Electric - Industry Business – Industrial Energy Management and Emerging ISO50001 Standard– 2012 5
    • The energy dilemma is here to stay The facts The need Energy demand CO2 emissions to By 2050 avoid dramatic climate Electricity by 2030 changes by 2050 Source: IEA 2007 Increased Conflicts for Frequent Rising Emissions resource access power outages energy prices Control & controlSchneider Electric - Industry Business – Industrial Energy Management and Emerging ISO50001 Standard– 2012 6
    • Impact: US Industrials Energy Price Trends ** US EIA: Energy Price Volatility TableSchneider Electric - Industry Business – Industrial Energy Management and Emerging ISO50001 Standard– 2012 7
    • Impact: US Industrials Energy Price Trends ** US EIA: Energy Price Volatility TableSchneider Electric - Industry Business – Industrial Energy Management and Emerging ISO50001 Standard– 2012 8
    • Impact: US Industrials Energy Price Trends ** US EIA: Energy Price Volatility TableSchneider Electric - Industry Business – Industrial Energy Management and Emerging ISO50001 Standard– 2012 9
    • Impact: US Industrials Energy Price TrendsSchneider Electric - Industry Business – Industrial Energy Management and Emerging ISO50001 Standard– 2012 2012 Standard 100212– 10
    • Impact: US Industrials Energy Price TrendsSchneider Electric - Industry Business – Industrial Energy Management and Emerging ISO50001 Standard– 2012 2012 Standard 100212– 11
    • Impact: US Industrials Energy Price Trends What’s happening to Energy Prices Post- Recession?Schneider Electric - Industry Business – Industrial Energy Management and Emerging ISO50001 Standard– 2012 2012 Standard 100212– 12
    • Post-Recession Price Trends US Natural Gas Price Forecast* *** +150% in 4years +3% / year** -3% / year** *NYMEX forecast, using 50% probability table **annualized from 2009 proportion: http://www.eia.doe.gov/cneaf/electricity/epm/table1_1.html ***http://www.eia.gov/energy_in_brief/renewable_electricity.cfmSchneider Electric - Industry Business – Industrial Energy Management and Emerging ISO50001 Standard– 2012 13
    • Impact: US Industrials Comparing % US Energy Consumption with % Population 1 600 50 14 1 400 Average Power per Capita 1 2 00 (Watts per Person) 1 000 0 85 5 77 800 0 70 600 400 5 27 0 20 2 00 50 0 India Mexic o China EU Russia Japan USASchneider Electric - Industry Business – Industrial Energy Management and Emerging ISO50001 Standard– 2012 2012 Standard 100212– 14
    • Impact: US Industrials Comparing % US Energy Consumption with % Population 1 600 50 14 1 400 Average Power per Capita 1 2 00 (Watts per Person) 1 000 0 85 5 77 800 0 70 600 400 5 27 0 20 2 00 50 0 India Mexic o China EU Russia Japan USASchneider Electric - Industry Business – Industrial Energy Management and Emerging ISO50001 Standard– 2012 15
    • Impact: US Industrials Comparing % US Energy Consumption with % Population 1 600 50 14 1 400 Average Power per Capita 1 2 00 (Watts per Person) 1 000 0 85 5 77 800 0 70 600 400 5 27 0 20 2 00 50 0 India Mexic o China EU Russia Japan USASchneider Electric - Industry Business – Industrial Energy Management and Emerging ISO50001 Standard– 2012 16
    • Impact: US Industrials Comparing % US Energy Consumption with % Population 1 600 50 14 1 400 Average Power per Capita 1 2 00 (Watts per Person) 1 000 0 85 5 77 800 0 70 600 400 5 27 0 20 2 00 50 0 India Mexic o China EU Russia Japan USA USA Industrials Hyper-Sensitive to increases in Energy Prices !Schneider Electric - Industry Business – Industrial Energy Management and Emerging ISO50001 Standard– 2012 17
    • Impact: US Industrials Example: Iron/Steel Mills OtherCoal1% 1 4% Fuel Oil 1% Electricity 2 9% Natl Gas 55% Forms of Energy Consumed Schneider Electric - Industry Business – Industrial Energy Management and Emerging ISO50001 Standard– 2012 18
    • Impact: US Industrials Example: Iron/Steel Mills Other 11% OtherCoal1% 1 4% Fuel Oil Process 1% Heating 43% Electricity 2 9% Machine Drive Natl Gas 46% 55% Forms of Share of Electrical Energy Energy Consumed Consumed Schneider Electric - Industry Business – Industrial Energy Management and Emerging ISO50001 Standard– 2012 19
    • Impact: US Industrials Example: Iron/Steel Mills 90% of energy consumed is in the PROCESS ! Other Focus of Energy Managers 11% OtherCoal1% 1 4% Fuel Oil Process 1% Heating 43% Electricity 2 9% Machine Drive Natl Gas 46% 55% Forms of Share of Electrical Energy Energy Consumed Consumed Schneider Electric - Industry Business – Industrial Energy Management and Emerging ISO50001 Standard– 2012 20
    • The solution is a combination of cleaner generation and efficiency ● Over 50% of CO2 emission abatement will be from end use efficiency World energy-related CO2 emissions abatement Stabilize greenhouse emissions to 450ppm Source: World Energy Outlook 2009, OECD / IEASchneider Electric - Industry Business – Industrial Energy Management and and Emerging ISO50001 Standard– 2012 Schneider Electric - Industry Business – Industrial Energy Management Emerging ISO50001 Standard 100212– 2012 21
    • How to Increase supply and Decreaseemissions? Efficiency counts triple! Coal 100 units 35 units 33 units 1 unit saved at 3 units of primary point of use energy not consumedSchneider Electric - Industry Business – Industrial Energy Management and Emerging ISO50001 Standard– 2012 22
    • Other Drivers for EfficiencyBeyond Energy Costs and The Environment: • Minimize Risks • Regulation • Disruption • Employee Retention •Emerging Talent • Public Relations •Green BrandingSchneider Electric - Industry Business – Industrial Energy Management and Emerging ISO50001 Standard– 2012 23
    • Agenda 1 The Energy Dilemma 2 From Power Distribution to the Smart Grid 3 Solutions in Energy Management- EcoStruxureSchneider Electric - Industry Business – Industrial Energy Management and Emerging ISO50001 Standard– 2012 24
    • The Jurassic Grid old-style power distributionCentralisedGeneration Residential Industry Building Datacenter Transmission Distribution Commercial & Industrial • Central production adapting to demand • Production / consumption balance done by variation integrated utility companies • Top-down energy flow • Rather passive users Schneider Electric - Industry Business – Industrial Energy Management and Emerging ISO50001 Standard– 2012 2012 Standard 100212– 25
    • Active energy management is about being smart grid ready Demand / supply mgt : Active Energy Efficiency Energy visibility Energy control & optimisationCentralised 2Generation Electric Vehicles & 3 Energy Storage Residential Industry Building Datacenter Transmission Distribution Commercial & Industrial Renewable Energy Decentralised Plants Communication and Generation 1 4 software at all levels of the “Smart Grid” Schneider Electric - Industry Business – Industrial Energy Management and Emerging ISO50001 Standard– 2012 2012 Standard 100212– 26
    • Jurassic Energy Management Techniques 1 Find out what the challenge is… Energy audit & metering Passive Energy Efficiency Active Energy Management 2 3 Optimise through 4 Monitor, Fix the basics automation & maintain, improve regulation Low consumption devices, Solutions in : Metering, monitoring and insulation material, power Industrial Automation, consulting services, EM analysis factor correction building management, software power management, lighting controlSchneider Electric - Industry Business – Industrial Energy Management and Emerging ISO50001 Standard– 2012 27
    • Jurassic Energy Management Techniques 1 Find out what the challenge is… Energy audit & metering Passive Energy Efficiency Active Energy Management 2 3 Optimise through 4 Monitor, maintain, Fix the basics automation & improve regulation Low consumption devices, Solutions in : Metering, monitoring and insulation material, power Industrial Automation, consulting services, EM analysis factor correction building management, software power management, lighting controlSchneider Electric - Industry Business – Industrial Energy Management and Emerging ISO50001 Standard– 2012 28
    • Jurassic Energy Management Techniques 1 Find out what the challenge is… Energy audit & metering Passive Energy Efficiency Active Energy Management 2 3 Optimise through 4 Monitor, Fix the basics automation & maintain, improve regulation Low consumption devices, Solutions in : Metering, monitoring and insulation material, power Industrial Automation, consulting services, EM analysis factor correction building management, software power management, lighting controlSchneider Electric - Industry Business – Industrial Energy Management and Emerging ISO50001 Standard– 2012 29
    • Active Energy Management:The fastest way to save on energy, curb CO2 emissionsand reduce operation cost Energy audit 1 Find out what the challenge is… & metering Passive Energy Efficiency Active Energy Management 2 3 Optimise through 4 Monitor, Fix the basics automation & maintain, regulation improve Low consumption devices, Solutions in : Metering, monitoring and insulation material, power Industrial Automation, consulting services, EM analysis factor correction building management, software power management, lighting controlSchneider Electric - Industry Business – Industrial Energy Management and Emerging ISO50001 Standard– 2012 30
    • Applies to all Facility Types Supervision Energy & Advanced Enterprise portal Services Power management Process & Machines management IT / Server Room management Building management Security management Supervision SupervisionSchneider Electric - Industry Business – Industrial Energy Management and Emerging ISO50001 Standard– 2012 31
    • Combining Energy Data for Active EnergyManagement Plant energy management MES & Information management Plant supervision Process Automation Machine control Motor control Electrical distribution Power monitoring & control Security Access control Critical Power Interoperability and openness Simple Integration to third party systems Safety Efficiency Productivity ● Critical power ● Up to 30% energy savings ● Maximize output ● Process control ● Capex & Opex reduction ● Improved workforce ● Safety systems (SIL*) utilization & performance Schneider Electric - Industry Business – Industrial Energy Management and Emerging ISO50001 Standard– 2012 32
    • Not all Energy Management Dashboardsare the Same! Enterprise-Level Monthly data: Purchasing records, efficiency projects, sustainability metrics Multi-Site Operations Daily data, correlation with production count, site-by-site benchmarking Single-Site Operations Hourly data, process inputs, correlation with process variables Control-Level Instantaneous readings, operator alarms, idle state control Schneider Electric - Industry Business – Industrial Energy Management and Emerging ISO50001 Standard– 2012 33
    • Demonstration: EnterpriseDashboard Resource Advisor
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    • Demonstration-ProductionEnergy Optimization Production Energy Optimization
    • Key Takeaways •The Energy Crisis is significant AND relevant to US Manufacturers—now is the time to act •Industrial Efficiency alone must contribute 50% of the Solution •Traditional audit and fix the basics approach targets only 10% of the consumption •A comprehensive active energy management system gives visibility and context for continuous improvement— like your financial controlsSchneider Electric - Industry Business – Industrial Energy Management and Emerging ISO50001 Standard– 2012 40
    • An introduction to ISO 50001
    • International Organization for Standardization Worldwide Adoption of ISO 14001 25,000● Develops standards for industry ●ISO 9001 – Quality Management Systems 20,000 ●ISO 14001 – Environmental Management Systems – 108% year-over-year 15,000 adoption growth rate● Standards are widely accepted 10,0001 year after ISO50001 implementation: 5,000915 sites certified……matching adoption rate of ISO140001 0 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 Schneider Electric - Industry Business – Industrial Energy Management and Emerging ISO50001 Standard– 2012 42
    • What is ISO 50001?● Standard for Energy Management Systems● EnMS vs. EMS ●EnMS refers to a management system that meets the requirements of ISO 50001 ●An Energy Management System (EMS) refers to a software that enables energy optimization by use of temperature setbacks, occupancy controls, or other control functionsSchneider Electric - Industry Business – Industrial Energy Management and Emerging ISO50001 Standard– 2012 43
    • ISO 50001 ● ISO 50001 is intended to Improve Energy Performance through activities like: ● Creation and achievement of energy performance goals ● Tracking energy performance indicators ● ISO 50001 officially launched in June of 2011 with Schneider Electric’s World Headquarters “The Hive” as the first certified site, globally. Schneider Electric - Industry Business – Industrial Energy Management and Emerging ISO50001 Standard– 2012 44© Schneider Electric – 2012
    • How is ISO 50001 different fromLEED?● LEED ● Pertains to the physical characteristics of the building and the installed conservation measures● ISO 50001 ● Concentrates the management policies and procedures to generate efficient operation in the years to comeSchneider Electric - Industry Business – Industrial Energy Management and Emerging ISO50001 Standard– 2012 45
    • What Can Receive ISO 50001Certification?● The Energy Management System (EnMS) receives the certification● Client defines the scope and boundary for the EnMS ● An entire corporation ● A segment or group of facilities ● A single facility or campus ● A portion of the facility or campus ● A “light bulb”Schneider Electric - Industry Business – Industrial Energy Management and Emerging ISO50001 Standard– 2012 46
    • Superior Energy Performance ● SEP was released in early 2012 ● ISO 50001 certification is a requirement ● Offers four sectors ● Industrial ● Commercial ● Transportation ● Utility A GRADING system for Performance Improvement 5%=Silver, 10%=Gold, 15%=PlatinumSchneider Electric - Industry Business – Industrial Energy Management and Emerging ISO50001 Standard– 2012 47
    • Benefits of ISO 50001● Facilitates a detailed study of significant energy consumers ●Uncovers far more than a traditional energy audit ●Encourages process experts to reevaluate process in detail ●Guides the energy expert and process experts to reach optimal process parameters● Sets up a robust management and documentation system that can be highly leveraged for other benefits● Reinforces corporate brand as one that is sustainable and environmentally responsibleSchneider Electric - Industry Business – Industrial Energy Management and Emerging ISO50001 Standard– 2012 48
    • Challenges ● Initial Investment ● Dedication of internal resources to enable and maintain ● Capex investment for certification ● Establishing C-Level Engagement ● Not mandated ● Too new to show case studies for savings Schneider Electric - Industry Business – Industrial Energy Management and Emerging ISO50001 Standard– 2012 49© Schneider Electric – 2012
    • Anatomy of the standard Plan Do Check Act Noncomformities, Establish an Control of Energy Review Correction, and Energy Baseline Documents Prevention Establish Energy Establish an Operations Management Performance Energy Policy Control Review Indicators (EnPIs) Energy Legal Evaluation of Control of Management Requirements Compliance Records Action Plan Design Implementation Internal Audits Documentation Competence, Monitoring, Procurement of Training and Measurement, Communication Energy Services Awareness Analysis Click on individual requirements to learn moreSchneider Electric - Industry Business – Industrial Energy Management and Emerging ISO50001 Standard– 2012 50
    • Implementation OVERVIEW Schneider Electric - Industry Business – Industrial Energy Management and Emerging ISO50001 Standard– 2012 51© Schneider Electric – 2012
    • Implementation Process ● Planning Session: determine the Energy Management Team ● Implementation: 5 Phases- #1 Gap Analysis #2 Facility Energy Review #3 EnMS Construction #4 Readiness Review and Internal Audit #5 ISO Certification Audit ● 6 – 12 month Process Schneider Electric - Industry Business – Industrial Energy Management and Emerging ISO50001 Standard– 2012 52© Schneider Electric – 2012
    • Phase 1 – Gap Analysis ● Determine which current practices can be adopted to meet the standard ● Develop an implementation plan ● Determine Phase 3 required effort Schneider Electric - Industry Business – Industrial Energy Management and Emerging ISO50001 Standard– 2012 53© Schneider Electric – 2012
    • Phase 2 – Energy Review● Conduct utilities analysis● Identify Significant Energy Users (SEUs)● For each SEU ● Develop Energy Conservation Measures ● Create metering plan ● Identify operating parametersSchneider Electric - Industry Business – Industrial Energy Management and Emerging ISO50001 Standard– 2012 54
    • Phase 3 – EnMS Construction ● Build procedures for a fully functional system ● Provide awareness & training ● Ensure energy efficiency targets have a plan for achievement Schneider Electric - Industry Business – Industrial Energy Management and Emerging ISO50001 Standard– 2012 55© Schneider Electric – 2012
    • Phase 4 – Readiness Prep ● Second Gap Analysis to ensure all requirements are met ● Conduct an Internal Audit ● Hold Management Review ● Review Internal Audit Results ● Review Energy Performance Indicators (EnPI) Schneider Electric - Industry Business – Industrial Energy Management and Emerging ISO50001 Standard– 2012 56© Schneider Electric – 2012
    • Phase 5 – Certification Audits ● Stage 1 Audit ● Higher level audit to ensure readiness for Stage 2 ● Stage 2 Audit ● Ensure the EnMS meets the intent of the standard ● Deeper dive into procedures ● Present corrective actions for major and minor findings Schneider Electric - Industry Business – Industrial Energy Management and Emerging ISO50001 Standard– 2012 57© Schneider Electric – 2012
    • SEP Add-on ● Main addition is the Superior Energy Performance Indicator (SEnPI) used for qualification ● Determine appropriate variables affecting SEnPI ● Calculate SEnPI for a 4 or 11 year time span ● Update SEnPI annually Schneider Electric - Industry Business – Industrial Energy Management and Emerging ISO50001 Standard– 2012 58© Schneider Electric – 2012
    • Case StudySchneider Electric - Industry Business – Industrial Energy Management and Emerging ISO50001 Standard– 2012 59
    • Smyrna, TN Plant● ISO 50001 certified EnMS● Awaiting SEP Audit● Will qualify for SEP Platinum with 18% reductionSchneider Electric - Industry Business – Industrial Energy Management and Emerging ISO50001 Standard– 2012 60
    • Smyrna, TN Plant● Paint line Results (Significant Energy User) ● VFDs on washer pumps ● Turned off IR ovens (10% of gas use) ● Hook burn-off temperature set to 1,500 degrees when 1,200 degrees would suffice● Other Benefits ● Drying ovens were being left on at night ● New HVAC units were not commissioned properly ● Procurement specifications did not require high efficient equipmentSchneider Electric - Industry Business – Industrial Energy Management and Emerging ISO50001 Standard– 2012 61
    • Standard SaysSchneider Electric - Industry Business – Industrial Energy Management and Emerging ISO50001 Standard– 2012 62
    • Establish an Back to menu Energy Policy The standard outlines the process of creating an effective energy policy which includes defining planning inputs, performing an energy review (analyzing energy consumption, identifying areas of significant consumption, and indentifying opportunities for improving energy performance) and defining planning outputs (EnPI, targets and objectives). Schneider Electric - Industry Business – Industrial Energy Management and Emerging ISO50001 Standard– 2012 63© Schneider Electric – 2012
    • Energy Review Back to menu The organization should develop, record, and maintain an energy review. The methodology and criteria used to develop the energy review is documented. To develop the energy review, the standard states that the organization must: 1. Analyze energy use and consumption based on measurement and other data; 2. Based on the analysis of energy use and consumption, identify the areas of significant energy use; 3. Identify, prioritize and record opportunities for improving energy performance. Schneider Electric - Industry Business – Industrial Energy Management and Emerging ISO50001 Standard– 2012 64© Schneider Electric – 2012
    • Legal Requirements Back to menu The organization should identify, implement and have access to the applicable legal requirements and other requirements to which the organization subscribes related to its energy use, consumption and efficiency. Schneider Electric - Industry Business – Industrial Energy Management and Emerging ISO50001 Standard– 2012 65© Schneider Electric – 2012
    • Establish an Back to menu Energy Baseline An assessment of Current Energy consumption, procurement practices, conservation measures Schneider Electric - Industry Business – Industrial Energy Management and Emerging ISO50001 Standard– 2012 66© Schneider Electric – 2012
    • Establish Energy Back to menuPerformance Indicators (EnPIs)Identify EnPIs appropriate for • Wh per Widgetmonitoring and measuring its • kWh per gallonenergy performance. • kWh per tonSchneider Electric - Industry Business – Industrial Energy Management and Emerging ISO50001 Standard– 2012 67
    • Energy Management Back to menu Action Plan Energy Management Action Plans should: 1.Discuss the hardware to be used (metering and structures on site); 2.Use a software platform to create targets and view site assessments to determine what can be improved; 3.Discuss “train the trainer” using consumption worksite information; 4.Discuss current energy action plan output, framed in “plan do check act” language. Schneider Electric - Industry Business – Industrial Energy Management and Emerging ISO50001 Standard– 2012 68© Schneider Electric – 2012
    • Implementation Back to menu It is recommended that the organization use the action plans and other outputs resulting from the planning process for implementation and operation. 1.Establish energy performance indicators, energy objectives and targets that are measureable and have timelines for achievement; 2.All persons working on this project are trained and educated properly; 3.Appropriate records are maintained; 4.Anyone working on behalf of the organization is aware of the importance, their roles, the benefits, and the impact of this standard. Schneider Electric - Industry Business – Industrial Energy Management and Emerging ISO50001 Standard– 2012 69© Schneider Electric – 2012
    • Competence, Back to menu Training and Awareness The organization is responsible for making sure that any people working for or on its behalf are competent on the basis of appropriate education, training, skills, or experience. A representative must ensure that appropriate records are maintained and that all employees are aware of their roles and the benefits and impact of the International Standard. Schneider Electric - Industry Business – Industrial Energy Management and Emerging ISO50001 Standard– 2012 70© Schneider Electric – 2012
    • Communication Back to menuCommunicate the EnMS and EnPIs throughout the organization, market andother stakeholders Energy ~~~~~~~~~ Policy ~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~ Employees ~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~ EnPI ~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~ Shareholders 1Q Results ~~~~~~ Market ~~~~~~ ~~~~~~ Schneider Electric - Industry Business – Industrial Energy Management and Emerging ISO50001 Standard– 2012 71© Schneider Electric – 2012
    • Documentation Back to menuThe organization should establish, implement and maintain information, inpaper, electronic or any other medium, to describe the core elements of theEnMS and their interaction.Schneider Electric - Industry Business – Industrial Energy Management and Emerging ISO50001 Standard– 2012 72
    • Control of Documents Back to menu Energy ~~~~~~~~~ Procedures ~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~ Schneider Electric - Industry Business – Industrial Energy Management and Emerging ISO50001 Standard– 2012 73© Schneider Electric – 2012
    • Operations Control Back to menu The organization needs to identify and plan operations and maintenance to ensure that they are carried out under specified conditions by means of the following: 1. Establishing and setting criteria for the effective operation and maintenance of significant energy uses, where their absence could lead to a significant deviation from effective energy performance; 2. Operating and maintaining facilities, processes, systems and equipment, in accordance with operational criteria; 3. Appropriate communication of the operational controls to personnel working for, or on behalf of, the organization. Schneider Electric - Industry Business – Industrial Energy Management and Emerging ISO50001 Standard– 2012 74© Schneider Electric – 2012
    • Design Back to menu The organization should consider energy-performance improvement opportunities in the design of new, modified, and renovated facilities, equipment, and systems. Schneider Electric - Industry Business – Industrial Energy Management and Emerging ISO50001 Standard– 2012 75© Schneider Electric – 2012
    • Procurement Back to menu of Energy Services When procuring energy services, products, and equipment that can have an impact on significant energy use, the organization should inform suppliers that procurement is partly evaluated on the basis of energy performance. Schneider Electric - Industry Business – Industrial Energy Management and Emerging ISO50001 Standard– 2012 76© Schneider Electric – 2012
    • Monitoring, Back to menu measurement, analysis A company needs to define and periodically review its measurement needs. Key characteristics of its operations that determine energy performance need to be monitored, measured, and analyzed at planned intervals. Key characteristics include at a minimum: 1. Significant energy uses and other outputs of the energy review; 2. The relevant variables related to significant energy uses; 3. EnPIs; 4. The effectiveness of the action plans in achieving objectives and targets; 5. Evaluation of actual versus expected energy consumption. Schneider Electric - Industry Business – Industrial Energy Management and Emerging ISO50001 Standard– 2012 77© Schneider Electric – 2012
    • Evaluation Back to menu of Compliance At planned intervals, the organization needs to evaluate compliance with legal requirements and other requirements to which it subscribes related to its energy use and consumption. Schneider Electric - Industry Business – Industrial Energy Management and Emerging ISO50001 Standard– 2012 78© Schneider Electric – 2012
    • Internal Audits Back to menu The organization is expected to conduct internal audits at planned intervals to ensure that the EnMS: 1. Conforms to planned arrangements for energy management including the requirements of this International Standard; 2. Conforms with the energy objectives and targets established; 3. Is effectively implemented and maintained, and improves energy performance. Schneider Electric - Industry Business – Industrial Energy Management and Emerging ISO50001 Standard– 2012 79© Schneider Electric – 2012
    • Noncomformities, Back to menu correction, and Prevention The organization should address actual and potential nonconformities by making corrections and taking preventive action. Schneider Electric - Industry Business – Industrial Energy Management and Emerging ISO50001 Standard– 2012 80© Schneider Electric – 2012
    • Control of Records Back to menu The organization will establish and maintain records to demonstrate conformity to the requirements of its EnMS and the energy performance results achieved. Additionally: • The organization defines and implements controls for the identification, retrieval and retention of records; • Records remain legible, identifiable, and traceable to the relevant activity. Schneider Electric - Industry Business – Industrial Energy Management and Emerging ISO50001 Standard– 2012 81© Schneider Electric – 2012
    • Management Review Back to menu At planned intervals, top management should review the organizations EnMS to ensure its continuing suitability and effectiveness. This includes having a review on a scheduled basis and reviewing best practices. The outputs from the management review should include any decisions or actions related to changes in the energy performance, energy policy, EnPIs and another other changes to the objective or the allocation of resources. Schneider Electric - Industry Business – Industrial Energy Management and Emerging ISO50001 Standard– 2012 82© Schneider Electric – 2012